‘Language Teaching for the Planet’ online course

Would you like to be able to create your own materials that integrate green issues into language teaching? Would you like to feel more confident teaching language through topics such as the climate emergency or biodiversity loss? If the answer is yes, why not sign up to this course starting on November 19th?

  • 1.5 to 2 hours study per week
  • 15 days duration
  • learn with and from experienced professionals
  • receive a certificate of completion

In 2012 I set up ELT sustainable to share lessons that engage learners of English with environmental issues. I have been creating learning materials ever since, and am currently working on my MA focussing on technology-assisted language learning and materials development. Now I would like to share what I have learnt about this with you, and also learn from you and others on this course.

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“A refreshing way to consider how climate change could be part of everyday teaching. A must for any educator! ”

Sylvia Goetze, language teacher and teacher trainer

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World Religions on Climate Change

How does religion view climate change? In this lesson based on a jigsaw reading, p_religion_world_violetlearners investigate what three of the world’s religions say about it. How will there view be different from that of the science academies? Prepare to be surprised when you find out. Students will also learn high level vocabulary on the topic and do a role-play. For C1 level and above.

Check out the lesson plan world-religions-on-climate-change

Download the PowerPoint slides world-religions-on-climate-change